Green Building Studio Releases Version 2.0 of the Award-Winning Energy Analysis Web Service
Green Building Studio, Inc, the leading sustainability analysis software and services company in the architectural, engineering, and construction industry, today announced the general availability and release of Version 2 of the Green Building Studio web service.
Green Roof Display at Chicago Center for Green Technology
Tecta America Corp, the nation's leading commercial roofing contractor, headquartered in Skokie, is working in conjunction with the Chicago Center for Green Technology [CCGT] to install a living green roof display in the lobby of CCGT, located at 445 North Sacramento Boulevard in Chicago.
Green Building Quickly Moving Mainstream
Preliminary results of a McGraw-Hill Construction/National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) survey indicated that there was a 20% increase in 2005 among those in the home building community who are focusing their attention on green, environmentally- responsible building, which is expected to increase by another 30% this year.
BASF Opens Its Near-Zero Energy Home in Paterson, N.J.
BASF today hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to dedicate its Near-Zero Energy Home in Paterson, N.
United Technologies Research Center Collaborates With Green Building Studio, Inc.
Green Building Studio, Inc today announced that it had been selected to participate in a collaboration agreement with the United Technologies Research Center (UTRC), a division of United Technologies Corporation, to jointly develop advanced simulation software for commercial building energy analysis.
"Building Green" TV show on PBS
The first of its kind to hit television, ‘Building Green’ is a new home improvement program about building gorgeous homes that are healthier, more energy efficient and better for the environment.
New Roof Finish Designed to Reduce Cooling Costs
Innovative new roofing technologies can keep homes cooler in the summer and offer homeowners significant energy savings.
Environmentally Sensitive Building Design with "Passive Cooling"
Weber + Thompson, a full-service architecture, interior design and planning firm is embracing sustainable design with their new office building - a building with a passive cooling and ventilation systems and hydronic heating.
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